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No although they contribute to the services they use...he is now claiming they pay rent.
No its a differing amount he may have paid one amount few weeks then we might have to ask ...we have had to ask as they were using so much fuel.
the house actually has 2 bathrooms and two kitchens but nothing has stopped them or us using either..there are no locks on doors etc.
as far as rent he kept calling his contribution rent and I kept telling him its not rent its paying energy
We don't no. When it was Bryan on his own he would come and sit with us. But after his wife came from India and never went home they chose to stay in the bedrooms I asume it was a choice its how it ended up
My instinct now is to "take the risk"
Especially as he signed the letter
I fail to see how they could verify any of their claims but the council are sufficiently interested as now it seems I will be getting an environmental health visit..surely if I am not a landlord I don't need to allow him in or until my "status" becomes one of landlord. Its just a normal house so an inspection is not a problem but I am now worried that if I let the guy in I am in some way admitting to something (this has made me very distrustful ).
that letter gives them 2 months??
written 23 November deadline 25 January (signed 28th Nov)
If I decide to eject them can I cut off the power etc to any areas of my house I choose? (even if this is before they physically leave our home?)
Who would decide if its "accepted"?
and even though I am paying all utility bills?